When sixty-eight-year-old Sarah Miller moves into the Cunningham Village retirement community, she is mourning the loss of her husband, her young grandson, and the place that has been home for forty-two years. But Sarah is a survivor. As she reaches out ifindsnto the retirement community that is to become home, she friends, activities, new hobbies, and a possible love interest. In the eighth installment of this fun, friendly series of cozy mysteries, a friend has gone missing, and Sarah is told to leave it to the professionals—but Sarah refuses to accept their assumptions about her friend’s identity.
What a joy this book is. With each quilt themed saga I have enjoyed the mysteries and getting to know the characters. They are all about family, friendship and quilting.
Missing Memories is a book that concerns Alzheimer sufferers. Sarah’s friend Ruth goes missing and when the Police are called Sarah becomes more worried than usual.
I loved the drama of this novel, the quilters are inspired by the Alzheimer Quilt convention and with Prison convicts, the FBI and fidget quilts, this intense read made a morning of reading quite fabulous.
Of course all the books in the series include quilt instructions. The one that is shown on the cover of this book is exceptionally pretty. A fidget quilt that can be made and gifted to a loved one, made with love and serving a purpose makes it all the more special.